Brand: Tamiya

Part Number: HC-35325

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This is a 1/35 scale assembly model of the German Heavy Tank Destroyer Elephant. Extensive research was conducted by Tamiya s designers to bring the modeling world the most accurate rendition to date.

Historical background
In 1941, Porsche created a prototype tank which incorporated radical features including a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain. In 1943, the tank was transformed into the Ferdinand tank destroyer armed with an 8.8cm PaK 43 L/71 gun housed in a large box-shaped superstructure and 90 units were produced. During the Battle of Kursk, they demonstrated superior anti-armor capability to knock out T-34 and KV-1 tanks at long range, but their slow speed and unreliability resulted in many being immobilized by mechanical troubles. In 1944, 50 surviving Ferdinands were given modifications, including the addition of a machine gun, a commander s cupola, and were re-designated with the name Elefant. The Elefant saw combat on the Italian and Russian fronts, and some fought until the very end of WWII during the Battle of Berlin.

Specs & Features

  • 1/35 scale plastic assembly kit.
  • Length: 236mm.
  • Fighting compartment, 8.8cm gun, and cupola have been accurately reproduced.
  • Bolt-on front armor, engine grille, and machine gun mount are depicted.
  • Assembly type tracks have one-piece straight sections and feature a realistic sag effect.
  • 1 commander, 1 loader, and 1 driver torso figures and 3 marking options included.

    • Brand: Tamiya
    • Part No: HC-35325
    • Scale: 1/35

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